Meet Liberator 0.0.8-0.0.9

disBalancers keep fighting for Ukraine. The record we broke makes us even more motivated to improve the app and make it better for you. So. What’s new for Liberator? 

💪 Improved performance

We have improved OSI 7 Attack level, an application layer DDoS attacks attempting to overwhelm network or server resources with a flood of traffic (typically HTTP traffic). 

The team added correct proxification. Proxification is a feature allowing you to define how certain connections should be processed. 

Using a proxy, you can achieve an appropriate level of requests per second to hit the target with a larger number of IPs. 

😎 Added SOCKS4/5 proxy mode

This method provides you with attacking websites using proxies instead of VPN. 

A SOCKs5 proxy is a lightweight, general-purpose proxy that sits at layer 5 of the OSI model and uses a tunneling method. It supports various types of traffic generated by protocols, such as HTTP, SMTP, and FTP. SOCKs5 is faster than a VPN and easy to use. 

How to start to use SOCKS4/5 proxy mode? 

⚫ Create a text file and name it “proxies.txt” in the folder where the app is located. 

⚫ Open the .txt file and add specific proxies. 

⚫ They might look like these (see the pic. below). 

Where to find proxies?

Alexey, our developer, recommends you to use

🤟 Optimized consumption of resources

Numerous reported memory leaks that were affecting the CPU (computer’s central processing unit), are currently removed. Now you can do more with less running Liberator on your device. 

When finding some memory leaks, report on them in our English and Ukrainian chats. It contributes a lot to other Liberator updates! 

To make a report, put the hashtag #report. 

Reduced errors in runtime

Fixed ‘file busy’ problem

Fixed ‘exec go…’ problem

reported by many clients who run a cloud application.

Fixed minor bugs with our GO-client

which were reducing Liberator efficiency and productivity.

Fixed reregistration problem

Thanks for staying with us!